If A Veteran Hasn’t Applied for VA Disability

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If YOU HAVEN’T Applied for VA Disability

If you haven’t applied for VA disability you should do it right away here.

After you file, if you are denied, contact Veterans Help Group right away at 855-855-8992 and our team of experts will fight to get you approved.

How Veterans Help Group can Help Veterans Get the Benefits They Deserve

If you’ve served in the US military, you may be entitled to VA benefits, such as a pension, because of your status as a US veteran. Our country honors veterans, and at Veterans Help Group, we help those brave women and men who served our dear nation by assisting them to access health care and housing options.

While these VA benefits are available, in many cases, you will need a VA advocate to help you get them, and that’s where we come in.

The competent and experienced team at Veterans Help Group has helped veterans in Florida and across the nation file for VA disability benefits for many years. With a veterans’ benefits advocate from our advocacy firm, you will get the benefits and compensation you seek.

The Veterans Help Group is a team of experienced, trained, and compassionate veterans’ advocates in Florida specializing in obtaining disability compensation and benefits for injured veterans and their families.

Veterans Help Group also provides assistance with appealing claim decisions by the US VA that adversely impact a veteran’s compensation and benefits.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), combat-related wounds, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), toxin/dioxin exposure, and Military Sexual Trauma (MST) are some examples of the kind of cases we can help with.

Veterans Help Group represents veterans in their disability benefits cases and eligible surviving spouses in their claims appeals for Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) benefits in Florida and all fifty states.

The VA Disability Insurance Claims Process in Florida

Here are the main steps involved in the VA disability benefits claims process:

Filing Your Initial Disability Claim

The first and most crucial step involves filing a VA disability insurance claim form. However, keep in mind that there are some critical distinctions between disability claims involving individual disability and group disability insurance. Our disability advocates in Florida will help you understand the differences.

Insurance Company Evaluation and Investigation

After you file the claim, the insurance provider will investigate or assess your disability claim. Having a reliable and experienced advocate present will help you protect your legal rights.

The Appeals Process

If the VA denies your disability claim, you can file an appeal and contest their decision. Our Florida disability advocates and representatives can offer you more information about the appeals process.

File a Lawsuit

If your appeal is not successful, you have the right to file a lawsuit in order to recover your VA benefits and compensation. An experienced and trained disability advocate will help you develop a sound and reasonable legal strategy to win your benefits.

Check Your Eligibility

You may not have applied for VA disability benefits because you think that you are not eligible for VA benefits. Let’s see if you qualify for VA benefits.

Note that the VA requires veterans to answer affirmatively to both the following statements before initiating a disability claim for benefits:

  • You served the US military on active duty, inactive duty training, or active duty training
  • You received a disability rating in the past for your injury or illness related to your military service

Before taking the time to gather paperwork and documents and complete the VA disability application, you should ensure that you meet the above eligibility criteria.


We know that navigating the VA claims process can be confusing and stressful for veterans. You are proud of how and why you served. However, you deserve a stable life after transitioning to civilian life.

If you or a loved one served in the US military and is unable to work due to a service injury and has not filed a disability claim, Veterans Help Group is here to help. Veterans Help Group focuses entirely on representing veterans and their families and has established itself as a reliable and effective VA advocate.

Here is how our advocates can help you:

  • File your VA disability claim
  • Collect and submit all the relevant evidence to support your claim
  • Appeal a VA denial or low rating

If you have a service-connected disability or mental health condition, such as PTSD, contact the advocates at Veterans Help Group today to ease your burden. Our team knows the system and knows how to make your disability claim as strong as possible. If you have not filed a claim, our Florida disability advocates will help you file it.

Applying for Veterans’ Disability – Is There a Statute of Limitations?

Many veterans believe that there is a statute of limitations requiring them to file their claim within a certain period. Perhaps, you have not filed your claim because of this reason.

However, there isn’t any statute of limitations restricting applying for veterans’ disability benefits or compensation. However, it is best to file your application for disability benefits as soon as possible after your injury. This is because it may take the VA several months or even more to grant you these benefits.

How Our Veterans Disability Advocates can Assist You with the Claims Process

You should remember that the actual period between submission of application and approval depends on many factors, such as the complexity of your service-related injuries, such as fractures or loss of limbs, and access to the medical and other evidence the US VA needs in order to make a decision.

Our trained and compassionate disability advocates in Florida help expedite this process by meticulously preparing an accurate and thorough application and then tracking its progress.

Let Veterans Help Group Fight for Your Rights

Getting veterans’ disability compensation and benefits should be a painless and straightforward process. However, often the VA can make you feel like a case number in a cold government system.

At Veterans Help Group, we will take the time to know you better as a person so that we can represent you best. Call us at 855-855-8992 or get started with our free case evaluation tool. We have supported veterans in getting the benefits they deserve since 1995 and can help you file your disability claim.



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